Happy Work-In-Progress Wednesday, everyone! What are you working on today?
These are some digital paintings I did recently, trying to find a balance between graphic illustration and a more painterly style. I’m really enjoying playing with brushes and textures in Sketchbook!
“I’m sure I’d remember if I tore someone’s arm off.” Every episode I’ve sketched has lots of “okay” panels, a handful of good panels, and then that ONE panel that I love. THIS is that panel for episode 2. This sums up most of their relationship. Don’t forget to check back on Wednesday when Episode… More Forgetfulness is Strange
WHAT René the webcomic is the story of a girl with no memory, and man with only one arm. Together they face a world where they seem to be the only living human beings. And now this comic comes to a new platform! The LINE Webtoon’s Science Fiction Comic Contest offers contestants the chance at… More Webcomic Launch PARTAY!
It doesn’t LOOK a whole lot different from some of my other work, but I tried something different with these that allows me to work faster… Once I feel confident about it, I’ll actually record a video and discuss what I’m doing. Also, don’t forget to take a look at my Skillshare class on designing… More Testing a New Illustration Process!
I’ve seen a lot of articles on the interwebs about what tablet to buy, what laptop is the best for digital painting, etc. But I thought I’d share 3 items that I use everyday to make my digital art easier! For me, these are absolute MUSTS! An Adjustable Tablet Stand If you find yourself feeling… More 3 Tools to Make Digital Art Easier
I have a lot of issues as an artist. The usual suspects of course, for anyone trying something that demands skill, dedication, connections, and (at least some) blind faith… Am I really able to do this? Do I deserve success? Do I have any proof that this is a good idea? Why bother? It more… More Fear Isn’t Real: Facing Artistic Insanity